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9781787135741

The Veggie Chinese Takeout Cookbook Wok, No Meat? Over 70 vegan and vegetarian takeout classics

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  • ISBN13:

    9781787135741

  • ISBN10:

    1787135748

  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2020-10-20
  • Publisher: Quadrille Publishing

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Being vegan or vegetarian, or wanting to reduce your meat intake, doesn't mean missing out on fantastic takeouy favourites. The Veggie Chinese Takeout Cookbook offers over 70 amazing meat-free recipes, most of which can easily be made vegan. Kwoklyn Wan has spent his life cooking in Chinese restaurants and knows how to make your home recipes taste just like takeout.

Chinese food is ideal for a veggie diet as it makes the most of fresh vegetables and meat substitutes, and uses very little dairy – but at the same time packs fantastic flavour into everything. From tom yum soup to spring rolls, fried tofu with chilli and black beans or aubergine with sesame seeds, to Hong Kong crispy noodles and sticky rice parcels, you can re-create the tastes of your favourite restaurant quicker than the time it takes to pick up the phone and order.

Author Biography

Kwoklyn Wan is a professional chef, restaurateur and Kung Fu instructor. He frequently teaches and demos Chinese cooking. Kwoklyn is the brother of television celebrity Gok Wan, and the two brothers grew up working in their family's Cantonese restaurant.

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